This park is an old KOA campground. Sites are relatively close together. Sites were dirt and gravel; pretty level. Quiet camp until morning when other campers began to move around and pull out. Cable TV stations did not include any of the major network stations. The base rate at this park is $20.50 however for full hookup an additional $15.75 is charged. We also paid an additional $3 for extra adult. This being said, this was the most expensive park on this years road trip. Being pretty much the only private facility in town, if staying in Santa Rosa, this is it. Safe travels, y'all!
Lovely park located in a pecan grove. Lots of wild life and domestic animals on the grounds. Quite and serene. Seems you always have the noisy 6 AM park departures. This was our second visit to this park. TV channels were limited to about 10. I'm sure, even with the trees, satellite would not be an issue. All cement pull thrus and concrete roads. Plenty of room between units so you have your "elbow room". Well manicured and groomed landscaping.
Very nice pull thru concrete sites. Well manicured landscaping. Because we camped here during rainy season, our lawn was very soggy. Explains why they grow rice in nearby fields. Cable was limited to 13 channels. Ours wasn't working so we had to be happy with satellite. No maintenance people were in duty after 3:30 pm when we checked in. They did offer to let us change sights or watch in breakfast room. Already set up from a long days drive, we opted out of either option. The park is extremely noisy. Both interstate and locals made sleeping in to take advantage of late checkout time impossible. Their check out time is noon. This was our second time at this park.
Management and personnel are extremely friendly and helpful. No plastic smiles on their faces; genuine. Guided to our site with follow-up from park services. Management secured courtesy reservations to every show we attended. Large roomy sites with most having concrete slabs. Plenty of additional parking for tow truck. Rather noisy during the day. Guests were not considerate of other guests in evening when coming and going. Perhaps quiet time could be suggested by management.
Our second time at this park. Sites are very close together, as it is a restored KOA park. Well manicured landscaping. Management continually working on grounds. Very friendly. Laundry clean and well maintained. $1.50 per wash, approx. 20 min. $1.50 for dryers, as well. If you are looking for a very busy and extremely quiet park, I would certainly recommend this park. On the negative side, no club discounts given of any kind.
On the upside, there are cement pads; but some are broken. Owner, I assume, was standing by the convenience store to flag us in. After our neighbor turned his very loud tunes off, we did get a good night's rest. Certainly a little seedy, but OK for one night.
Sites are very close together. Appears to be an old KOA campground. Second time in this park. Grass at each site. Laundry facilities were adequate. $1.50 wash; $.25 for dry, taking $.50 for each load. Certainly reasonable. Certainly would stay here again.
Far from a resort. Second time at this RV campground. All dirt and at this time of year, a big muddy mess. No way to keep rig clean, inside or out. All the rugs and mats didn't keep the fine silt out. As careful as we were unable to keep inside of tow vehicle clean, as well. Staff extremely friendly. Active duty and permanently disabled military receive a substantial discount.
Campground staff were extremely courteous, helpful and friendly. Our overall experience with entire facility was top notch. Restaurant personnel and casino personnel were great. Highly recommend this facility. Will make it a "must return" establishment.